Hotels in California

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Located in a mostly residential neighborhood and within walking distance of Hollywood Boulevard, the tidy exterior of this longstanding value motel is... Read More

The 93-room hotel is kid-friendly, with an outdoor pool and in-room refrigerators, and overlooks the river. Read More

It’s shocking that this hip, upscale hotel dating to 1927 is so close to the touristy Hollywood Walk of Fame and across the street from the buzzing TCL... Read More

This opulent hotel, opened in 1927, is the stuff of Tinsel town lore. Marilyn Monroe was once a resident here, and legend has it that her spirit still... Read More

The Palm Springs Modern architectural style owes its beginning to William F. Cody, and this low-profile hotel, built in 1952 for a Hollywood producer,... Read More

Secluded in the posh hillside neighborhood of Bel-Air, this luxe hotel was formerly a private estate in the 1940s. Starry-eyed couples can wander... Read More

What sets the Bel-Air apart is its sense of sanctuary; despite the property’s relatively large size (12 acres), the warm staff, the cozy Spanish Mission... Read More

Although the guiding motif is the Beat era, this 15-room hotel feels more like a 1930’s pensione in Florence, only without the meals—and... Read More

Located near the beach in downtown Santa Monica, this motel is an alternative to larger, higher-priced neighbors like Shutters on the Beach or the Loews... Read More

The 161-room Hotel Carlton puts a strong emphasis on green technology and community involvement. This lower Nob Hill hotel supports much of its energy... Read More

Unlike its sister property, Shutters on the Beach—which feels more like Cape Cod than SoCal—Casa del Mar’s opulent, Mediterranean... Read More

Originally built in 1906 as one of Sonoma’s finest hotels, the structure fell into disrepair before being resurrected in 2005. Now, it’s... Read More

Book a room with a fireplace this stone-and-stucco, intimate hotel, where many of the 16 rooms have vaulted ceilings and wooden shutters. A Belgian... Read More

Dustin Lancaster’s first b&b-style hotel is feels like a real retreat for writers and creatives. Offering stylish accommodation for the first time... Read More

Renovated in 2006, this 1950’s motor lodge is now a vibrant boutique hotel painted in festive shades of yellow, orange, and blue. The hotel is... Read More

The hostel style of the Hotel des Arts does not draw customers with its luxury or amenities; instead, people come for the location and avant-garde art.... Read More

Hotel Diva is a flashy with its contemporary design: a fluid glass-wall entry marks the lobby, while guest rooms boast cobalt blue carpet, leather... Read More

Located within a block of the lively Venice boardwalk, the look of this hipster hotel is one of uncluttered, new-styled retro. Accommodations include... Read More

A retro façade and otherworldly interior distinguish this 1925 Spanish-Moroccan-style hotel just blocks from the Staples Center. The resplendent... Read More

This boutique hotel offers travelers a much-needed stylish yet affordable alternative to downtown’s old school status quo. 151 well-appointed rooms come... Read More

Healdsburg’s historic downtown got a big dose of modern chic when this hotel opened in 2002, right on the main square. The property has a... Read More

Centrally located in downtown Avalon, and within walking distance of the beach, this upscale hotel is a mix of guest rooms and mini-suites, plus its two... Read More

In a ghost town brought back to life, the Hotel Nipton is a basic B&B with bathrooms down the hall. But the kids will like the eco-tents with views... Read More

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